The Plattsburgh, New York plant produces powersports and construction rubber track systems and employs more than 225 people.
The leadership teams of two Camso manufacturing sites in Emporia, Kansas, hosted a ribbon-cutting event to celebrate joining the Michelin manufacturing network and their inclusion in the Michelin North America footprint. “We are so excited to be able to celebrate the Camso Emporia community’s inclusion into the larger Michelin network,” says Manufacturing Director Jason Davis,
With a wraparound stepped tread design and extra-thick void guard, the TLH 732+ extends Camso’s current bias tire offering for telehandlers.
The facility, which will manufacture agricultural tracks, increases Camso’s manufacturing footprint in North America to seven facilities.
The acquisition from Metro will expand and strengthen the chain between tire manufacturing, distribution and service for Camso, the company says.
With this new solution, Camso consolidates its telehandler product range, which now includes two grades of solid tires and multiple pneumatic solutions.
Tire Review has put together care and maintenance tips dealers can pass onto their customers who own skid steer loaders.
Following the money can serve as a valuable barometer to help predict where the industry is headed with increased interest in the tire segment from private equity, institutional investors and strategic acquirers.
Camso moved its operations in Peosta, Iowa to a larger building allowing it to grow its manufacturing and storage footprint by 85% and increase its production capacity.
Camso has launched the new Hurricane 175 and two other snowmobile tracks that will allow riders to push their sleds to the extremes.
The affinity between the two tiremakers is unusual and transcends to complementary products, mission and operational philosophies between both organizations.
The two companies have entered into an agreement where Michelin will acquire 100% of the Quebec-based Camso Inc. and all its subsidiaries.